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Title: Gender and Family in European Economic Policy
Other Titles: Developments in the New Millennium /
Authors: Auth, Diana. ; editor. ;;Hergenhan, Jutta. ; editor. ;;Holland-Cunz, Barbara. ; editor. ; 61350 ;
subject: Economic policy. ;;Social policy. ;;Culture - Economic aspects. ;;Sociology. ;;Sex (Psychology). ;;Gender expression. ;;Gender identity. ;;Economics;Economic Policy. ;;Social Policy. ;;Cultural Economics. ;;Gender Studies. ;;Economic policy. ;;Social policy. ;;Culture - Economic aspects. ;;Sociology. ;;Sex (Psychology). ;;Gender expression. ;;Gender identity. ;;Economics;Economic Policy. ;;Social Policy. ;;Cultural Economics. ;;Gender Studies. ;;338.9 ; 23 ;;HD87-87.55 ;
Year: 2017
place: Cham :
Cham :
Publisher: Springer International Publishing :
Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan,
Abstract: This collection explores how pioneering gender equality policies have shaped women's economic presence in Europe since 2000. Equal pay policies, parental leave reforms, corporate quotas and electoral quotas have raised pressing questions about the effectiveness in promoting equal participation, as researchers quote both quantitative improvement in gender diversity and qualitative lag in cultural change. The chapters in this book present interlocking cross-national and cross-policy comparisons of the three most controversial reforms: equal pay, parental leave, and quotas for political representatives. The contributors address the cultural context in which reforms arose, internally contradictory policies, and the relative effectiveness of fast-track quotas and incentives compared to long-term efforts to change the overall culture of gender. This critical examination of the new millennium's groundbreaking gender policies will appeal to academics and practitioners interested in the progress of gender equality in the economic, political, and social welfare fields. ;
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Printed edition: ; Gender and Family in European Economic Policy ; 9783319415123 ;
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Title: Gender and Family in European Economic Policy
Other Titles: Developments in the New Millennium /
Authors: Auth, Diana. ; editor. ;;Hergenhan, Jutta. ; editor. ;;Holland-Cunz, Barbara. ; editor. ; 61350 ;
subject: Economic policy. ;;Social policy. ;;Culture - Economic aspects. ;;Sociology. ;;Sex (Psychology). ;;Gender expression. ;;Gender identity. ;;Economics;Economic Policy. ;;Social Policy. ;;Cultural Economics. ;;Gender Studies. ;;Economic policy. ;;Social policy. ;;Culture - Economic aspects. ;;Sociology. ;;Sex (Psychology). ;;Gender expression. ;;Gender identity. ;;Economics;Economic Policy. ;;Social Policy. ;;Cultural Economics. ;;Gender Studies. ;;338.9 ; 23 ;;HD87-87.55 ;
Year: 2017
place: Cham :
Cham :
Publisher: Springer International Publishing :
Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan,
Abstract: This collection explores how pioneering gender equality policies have shaped women's economic presence in Europe since 2000. Equal pay policies, parental leave reforms, corporate quotas and electoral quotas have raised pressing questions about the effectiveness in promoting equal participation, as researchers quote both quantitative improvement in gender diversity and qualitative lag in cultural change. The chapters in this book present interlocking cross-national and cross-policy comparisons of the three most controversial reforms: equal pay, parental leave, and quotas for political representatives. The contributors address the cultural context in which reforms arose, internally contradictory policies, and the relative effectiveness of fast-track quotas and incentives compared to long-term efforts to change the overall culture of gender. This critical examination of the new millennium's groundbreaking gender policies will appeal to academics and practitioners interested in the progress of gender equality in the economic, political, and social welfare fields. ;
Description: 


Gdix ; SFX ;

Printed edition: ; Gender and Family in European Economic Policy ; 9783319415123 ;
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/153036
http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/12906
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/315730
ISBN: 9783319415130 ; 9783319415123 (Print) ;
Appears in Collections:Economics

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Title: Gender and Family in European Economic Policy
Other Titles: Developments in the New Millennium /
Authors: Auth, Diana. ; editor. ;;Hergenhan, Jutta. ; editor. ;;Holland-Cunz, Barbara. ; editor. ; 61350 ;
subject: Economic policy. ;;Social policy. ;;Culture - Economic aspects. ;;Sociology. ;;Sex (Psychology). ;;Gender expression. ;;Gender identity. ;;Economics;Economic Policy. ;;Social Policy. ;;Cultural Economics. ;;Gender Studies. ;;Economic policy. ;;Social policy. ;;Culture - Economic aspects. ;;Sociology. ;;Sex (Psychology). ;;Gender expression. ;;Gender identity. ;;Economics;Economic Policy. ;;Social Policy. ;;Cultural Economics. ;;Gender Studies. ;;338.9 ; 23 ;;HD87-87.55 ;
Year: 2017
place: Cham :
Cham :
Publisher: Springer International Publishing :
Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan,
Abstract: This collection explores how pioneering gender equality policies have shaped women's economic presence in Europe since 2000. Equal pay policies, parental leave reforms, corporate quotas and electoral quotas have raised pressing questions about the effectiveness in promoting equal participation, as researchers quote both quantitative improvement in gender diversity and qualitative lag in cultural change. The chapters in this book present interlocking cross-national and cross-policy comparisons of the three most controversial reforms: equal pay, parental leave, and quotas for political representatives. The contributors address the cultural context in which reforms arose, internally contradictory policies, and the relative effectiveness of fast-track quotas and incentives compared to long-term efforts to change the overall culture of gender. This critical examination of the new millennium's groundbreaking gender policies will appeal to academics and practitioners interested in the progress of gender equality in the economic, political, and social welfare fields. ;
Description: 


Gdix ; SFX ;

Printed edition: ; Gender and Family in European Economic Policy ; 9783319415123 ;
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/153036
http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/12906
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/315730
ISBN: 9783319415130 ; 9783319415123 (Print) ;
Appears in Collections:Economics

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